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Kenneth Grange, the man who designed everything from the High Speed Train to the Kodak camera has said he's 'thrilled to bits' after receiving a knighthood.
The 83 year old - who now lives in Okehampton in Devon - has touched most of our lives.
From table lamps to the Kenwood Chef Mixer, even the humble parking meter, all were designed by him. Tanya Mercer reports:
Here's our full interview with designer Kenneth Grange from Okehampton.
The 83-year-old is responsible for bringing us High Speed Trains and parking meters.
Kenneth Grange is to be given a knighthood as part of the New Year's honours.
The designer is responsible for such iconic pieces as the London cab and the 125 inter-city trains.
John Andrews met with him earlier this year to ask him about his incredible career...
The success of some of our Olympic and Paralympic gold medallists have been recognised once again - and they'll be able to add another title to their haul.
7 athletes have made it onto the Queen's New Year Honours List - and it seem horses and boats will be the order of the day.
Laura Makin-Isherwood reports.
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Olympians and Paralympians who won gold medals at the London 2012 Games will receive New Year Honours from the Queen.